While there are restrictions on the liquids you can take on a plane, they don’t apply to food or milk for your baby. That means you can take what you need for the journey in your hand luggage. expressed breastmilk, formula, or cow’s milk. boiled water to make a feed (must be in a baby bottle)
Do you need a birth certificate to get a baby on a plane?
If you are flying domestically with your baby in your lap, you will be required to show proof of age as no child over 2 years old is allowed to fly in a parent’s lap. Acceptable forms of ID for your baby include a passport, birth certificate, or immunization records.
Do diaper bags count as a carry on?
Southwest Airlines (WN) allows 1 carry-on bag and 1 personal item (purse, briefcase, laptop bag) per passenger fee free. A jacket, umbrella, diaper bag, duty free items, and assistive devices (wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, strollers, child restraint seats, etc.) do not count towards your carry-on allowance.
Can you take baby wipes on a plane?
The other answers are correct, but they rely on the assumption that wet wipes are not liquid, gel, aerosol, cream, or paste, without any evidence that the TSA would accept that. As you correctly pointed out in a comment, wet wipes contain liquid. You may transport this item in carry-on baggage or in checked baggage.
Do you need a birth certificate for a child to fly?
Policies can vary by air carrier, but in general, for domestic flights, they do not require identification for minors or adults beyond those specified by the TSA. In other words, children do not need additional ID. In those cases, the airline may demand proof of the child’s age such as a birth certificate or passport.
Can you bring your own snacks on a plane?
According to the TSA, solid snacks like dry cereal, crackers, cookies, sandwiches, and fruit are allowed in carry-on bags in unlimited quantities. So if you wanted to cut up a 12-foot sub sandwich and stuff the whole thing in your roller bag, the TSA has no problem with that—though the rest of the plane might.